Emergency Officers who have been dismissed not to be named and published on social media

Emergency Officers who have been dismissed not to be named and published on social media

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When public service employees for the emergency services such as police force, fire fighters, ambulance , helicopter service , lifeguards, lose their job due to Misconduct, during a special hearing, that was requested to be private but over ruled by a higher power to become public,  the individual in question should have a right to have their name kept private from the article that is published, and not be allowed to be published in any media, or on social media, the emergency service should not be allowed to publish the emergency officer  in questions name on social media or share it, who has got dismissed/ sacked, to protect any further harm or distress coming to the person in question , especially harm or distress from members of the public who they may of dealt with who will recognise their name and know who they are  , or to the person in questions  family members aswell, especially if reading upsetting comments and threats from the general public online, and the person in question has already lost their job and been dealt with appropriately. Publishing it further just promotes it even more for the public to start a public lynching, in light of recent events such as Caroline flack and be kind and the media, it’s inevitable that this can have a detrimental effect to the person in questions mental health,along with their family members, who may have to take time off work due to stress and then also suffer financial loss on top of it all. 

Emergency services and employers can Publish articles by all means, but when the person in question hasn’t been arrested, only sacked for  misconduct , their name and age should be protected from any further publishing to protect them and their families. Convicted criminals sometimes have their names protected to prevent further harm or distress and to protect them from the public. In light of recent events such as Caroline flack be kind who took her own life and was all over the media, I strongly think that the emergency services and media shouldn’t have a right to just publish the individual who has been dismissed’s  name without permission. Where is the justice and protection for the family?

The general public can access information of officers dismissed and sacked through an online register, this should be enough. It is wrong that articles are allowed to publish on social media and name the individual, resulting in more humiliation, torment, bullying harm and distress to the persons in question and their family and friends. This needs to be changed! 

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